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When we talk about Glen Grant, we are talking about one of the best selling single malt whiskies in the world (and the number 1 in Italy). The Glen Grant distillery was built and came into production in 1840 in Rothes, Speyside. The distillery expanded over the years and now has 10 pot stills. These stills have a special, slender shape that allegedly provides the Glen Grant whisky with a light, fresh profile.
Glen Grant is one of the best-selling single malts worldwide. This 10-year, nicely priced bottling at 40% is a good introduction to single malt whisky in general and to this Speyside distillery in particular.
A characteristic Speyside single malt whisky, this standard bottling by Glen Grant. Not too complex, pleasantly drinkable with notes like apple pie, caramel and almond in addition to the fruitiness of more whiskies from that region. For a reasonable price
Not very complex, pleasant to drink and at a very acceptable price. This is how you could characterize this 12-year-old typical Speyside malt. This standard bottling from Glen Grant is at 43%.
Bottler Berry Bros & Rudd releases this Glen Grant single malt whisky in the series Exceptional Casks. And exceptional this bottling is! In 1972 this Glen Grant went on cask to be bottled 46 years later, in 2019. The result: 159 bottles at 44.8% ABV.
Speyside Distillery Glen Grant's single malt whisky with its light, fresh profile is one of the best-selling malts in the world. You can certainly taste why with this bottling from Signatory Vintage. 25 years old and aged in bourbon barrels. 45.6%
It's no coincidence that Glen Grant is one of the best-selling single malt whiskies in the world, loved for its light, fruity profile. And Gordon & MacPhail is highly appreciated for the quality of their bottlings. That says enough about this release!
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